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One Hundred Dollars An Hour

Richard O'Brien1 Jun 1999

One Hundred Dollars An Hour Lyrics

One Hundred Dollars An Hour - Richard O'Brien

The low autumn sun of

The late afternoon

 

Brings sweet heaven's fire

 

And desire to the room

 

You hold me so gently

 

Our hearts intertwine

 

And for one hundred dollars an hour

 

Or part there of you're mine

 

Still running from life

 

And hiding from death

 

I lay here beside you

 

Your touch stays my breath

 

If this is illicit

 

We're partners in crime

 

And for one hundred

Dollars an hour

 

Or part there of you're mine

 

You're every woman

 

You're every girl

That I've ever known

 

The moon the earth the waters

 

Eve's eternal daughters

 

My corner stone

 

I bring my hunger to your shrine

 

And for one hundred dollars an hour

 

One hundred dollars an hour

Or part there of you're mine

 

So cool this fool's fire

 

That rages within

 

And we'll both disengage

 

From the wages of sin

 

Sweet goddess of healing

 

The artistry's thine

 

And for one hundred dollars an hour

Or part there of you're mine

 

And for one hundred dollars an hour

 

Or part there of you're mine